Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Rosetti Bassoon Concerto in F
Debussy La Damoiselle Elue
8.00-9.00: Glinka Divertimento Brillante on themes from La Sonnambuta
Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No 3 in B minor
Surprises and treasures from Rob Cowan 's record collection. Plus the recording of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Sonata recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Hanssen Valdres March
Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler Bach Capriccio sopra la Lontananza del Suo Fratello Dilettissimo , BWV992
Wanda Landowska (harpsichord)
Handel Concerto Grosso in G, Op 6 No Academy of Ancient Music, director Pavlo Beznosiuk
Schumann Meine Rose , Op 90 No 2; Der Spielmann, Op 40 No 4
Hermann Prey (baritone), Karl Engel (piano)
Dvorak Slavonic Dance in E minor, Op 46 No 2 Bronislaw Gimpel (violin),
Wladyslaw Szpilman (piano)
Mozart Ach, ich leibte (Die Entfiihrung aus dem Serail, Act 1) Erna Berger (soprano), North West German RSO, conductor Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Debussy, arr Kenton Claire de Lune Stan Kenton and His Orchestra
Von Einem Philadelphia Symphony Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zubin Mehta
Stephen Stubbs Improvisation I on the Folia Bass Teatro Lirico
Korngold Suite, Op 23 Benjamin Schmid and Hanna Weinmeister (violins),
Ouirine Viersen (cello), Silke Avenhaus (piano) Knut Nystedt Immortal Bach Ensemble 96
Tchaikovsky I Love You Dear beyond All Measure (The Queen of Spades, Act 2)
Pavel Lisitsian (baritone), Bolshoi Theatre
Orchestra, conductor Alexander Melik-Pasheyev
Michael Berkeley 's guest is the economist Alan Budd , Provost of Queen's College, Oxford. His musical passions include sacred choral works by Victoria, Bach, Samuel Wesley and Poulenc, as well as Beethoven's Spring Violin Sonata and Janacek's wind sextet Mladi.
Palestrina and the Council of Trent. The mid-16th-century Council of Trent demanded simplicity in music from church composers, in order that the words might be heard clearly. Andrew Carwood shows Catherine Bott how Giovanni Palestrina met this challenge with musical mastery and his skill at word-setting. Producer Steve Portnoi
Shostakovich Complete String Quartets
1/6. Stephanie Hughes introduces the first of this week's concerts from London's Wigmore Hall in which two young Israeli ensembles perform the full cycle of Shostakovich's string quartets. Aviv Quartet
Shostakovich String Quartets: No 7 Op 108; No 14, Op 142; No 2, Op 68
Series continues tomorrow and daily to Friday at 7.30pm
2/3. Mid-Afternoon in Modena. Catherine Bott continues her day spent in the company of Italian soprano Mirella Freni, who reflects on some of the greatest moments in her career - in particular her long association with conductor Herbert von Karajan. Producer Chris Wines
Among this week's listeners' requests are Dvorak's Te Deum , a selection of songs from Gerald Finzi 's lyrical cycle Young Man's Exhortation, and - continuing this month's theme of patriotic music - Borodin's colourful Symphony No 2 in B minor. With Brian Kay.
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Petroc Trelawny looks at the film music of Bernard Herrmann , and at Tchaikovsky's
Eugene Onegin , as a new production is staged at the Royal Opera House. Producer Jeremy Evans
By Anton Chekov, translated by Michael Frayn.
An elderly Russian actor confronts his ghosts. Did he ever really have talent?
1/6. Fantasia in C minor, K396 Joho Pohjonen
Alan Bennett's new play on the subject of education, encompassing both the tussles of staff-room rivalry and the anarchy of adolescence. Adapted for radio by Richard Wortley from Nicholas Hytner 's recent National Theatre production and performed by the original cast.
Singer Samuel Barnett ; pianists Jamie Parker and Tom Attwood Producer David Hunter : Director Richard Wortley
Alan Bennett writes for Radio Times: page 123 Frances de la Tour 's big break: page 35
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Siberia evokes images of frozen tundra, Cossacks, and gulags. But what is it like to live there? What does Siberia mean to Russia and how important is it for the future? Journalist Arkady Ostrovsky braves the cold to find out. Producer Anthony Denselow
Andy Kershaw presents a debut session from parlour guitarist Chris Joynes.
1/5. Bonn. With Donald Macleod.
Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica) (1st mvt); Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 16; Piano Sonata in C, Op 53 (Waldstein) (3rd mvt) Repeated from Monday
With Jonathan Swain. Jorqen Emborg (piano), Danish
National Girls' Choir and the Diamond Ensemble conducted by Michael Bojesen perform music by Karin Rehnqvist , Franz Berwald , Michael Bojesen and Jorgen Jersild
2.24 Sibelius Symphony No 13.04 Bach Lute Sonata in G minor, BWVI001 3.29 Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor 4.03 Durante Concerto per Ouartetto No 4 in E minor 4.18 Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (Salome)
4.29 Weber Grand Duo Concertant, Op 48 4.49 Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice 5.04 Klaml Intermezzo
5.09 Hoist This I Have Done for My True Love
5.15 Mozart Mentre Ti Lascio, 0 Figlia, K513
5.23 Debussy Des Pas sur la Neige 5.29 Liszt Romance Oubliée 5.34 Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor
6.05 Glinka Memories of a Summer Night in Madrid
6.15 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight) 6.32 Weyse Symphony No 6 in C minor